Dickering in a sentence

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How to use dickering in a sentence. Dickering pronunciation.

If we get in wrong by dickering with them at the start it may be worse for us in the end.
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Balty after I had wrote two or three letters by him to my wife and Mr. Bowyer, and had drank a bottle of wine with him in my cabin which J. Goods and W. Howe brought on purpose, he took leave of me too to go away to-morrow morning with Mr. Dickering.
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After a deal of Yankee dickering with the hard-headed Dutchmen, a bargain was struck and the Franklin sailed for Nagasaki with cloves, chintz, sugar, tin, black pepper, sapan wood, and elephants' teeth.
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He had taken a sample shell from the basket and even now perhaps was dickering with the officials of the Federal Arts Museum on a price.
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But we should be doing injustice to le Bourdon, were we in any manner to confound him with the "dickering" race.
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But they're dickering for another place, and may take it.
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Examples of Dickering

Example #1
Bennett shook his head dubiously.
Example #2
You don't think it would be better to wait until after the election is won?
Example #3
Soon as we came to anchor, the captains came from on board their ships all to us on board.
Example #4
Nor could we see one another on board for the smoke that was among us, nor one ship from another.
Example #5
The instructions were elaborate and punctilious, salutes to be fired right and left, nine guns for the Emperor's guard while passing in, thirteen guns at the anchorage; all books on board to be sealed up in a cask, Bibles in particular, and turned over to the Japanese officials, all firearms sent ashore, ship dressed with colors whenever the "Commissaries of the Chief" graciously came aboard, and a carpet on deck for them to sit upon.
Example #6
The American ship Franklin arrived at Batavia in 1799 and Captain James Devereux of Salem learned that a charter was offered for one of these annual voyages.